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MIC's Binky Felstead keen for a Millie/Hugo reunion

Published 12/04/2016

Binky Felstead
Binky Felstead

Binky Felstead is keen for her former Made In Chelsea co-stars Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor to give their relationship another chance.

Binky Felstead wants to see Millie Mackintosh and Hugo Taylor back together.

Former Made in Chelsea (MIC) star Millie split from her rapper husband Professor Green in February (16) after two years of marriage. In a joint statement to the Daily Mirror newspaper, the couple said: "It is with sadness and regret that we confirm our separation. It is a mutual decision, we still care deeply about each other and would like it to be known that it is on amicable terms and we wish each other well."

Millie was recently seen getting close to her former co-star and boyfriend Hugo on holiday in Dubai, and pictures have since emerged of Hugo leaving Millie's London home after apparently spending the night.

One person keen to see the pair give their romance another go is Binky, who has been friends with both Hugo and Millie since the beginning of MIC.

"I love Hugo and I love Millie, so yes (I'd like to see them back together)," Binky told Mirror Celeb. "We all live quite close together so I see Hugo occasionally, but I don't really speak to Millie."

It had been reported that Professor Green was furious after seeing the images of Hugo leaving Millie's house. But Binky insists this isn't true.

"I've heard Pro Green has been really nice about it," she said.

Binky appears in Season 11 of MIC, which kicks off on E4 on Tuesday night (12Apr16). She will be seen putting her relationship with Josh 'JP' Patterson in the spotlight once again, but doesn't regret doing so.

"You always say you're never going to do it again, but you can't help who you fall in love with," she said. "You see the ups and downs of the relationship because it hasn't all been smooth sailing, but it's a real relationship and we're in a good place.

"I'm excited for the new series to start, I think everyone is going to really enjoy it."

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